Wales has 600+ castles, totalling around 40 heritage sites in Pembrokeshire alone, including; Manorbier Castle, Carew Castle, St. Govans Chapel & Cilgerran Castle, among many others.
Visit St. Davids the smallest city in Britain, home to St. David’s Cathedral, birth place of Wales’ patron saint, and some delicious Welsh cakes.
Enjoy leisurely walks around Cenarth Falls, or fit in a spot of fishing at Llys Y Fran, maybe a pint in Lawrenny, or a pot of tea in St. Dogmaels.
Explore the picturesque towns of Solva or Narberth, with high streets made up of small businesses and local goodies.
When visiting Skomer Island off the coast of Marloes and Dale, you will be lucky to spot puffin’s. Their breeding season is between April – July.
A historic day out with the kids to Castell Henllys which is hidden in the Preseli Hills, near the highest point of Pembrokeshire – Foel Cwmcerwyn, climb for the best view of the county.
The Pembrokeshire coastal path covers over 186 miles, so will take a little more than an afternoon to complete. If you’re feeling ambitious it can be done in around 5-6 days, or at a leisurely pace around 10-12. With stunning sea views, you may even spot porpoises or whales.